At 95-years-young Tao Porchon-Lynch is taking the world by storm. She has practiced yoga for 70 years and has trained students in France, India and the United States. She has travels the world embodying the zest for life that accompanies practicing yoga. She still teaches workshops and yoga classes at various yoga centers. In 1982 she founded the Westchester Institute of Yoga training and certifying hundreds of yoga teachers. Porchon-Lynch is a true believer in the principles of yoga and it shows in her attitude, health and overall vitality.
She started her career as an actress moving on to writing screenplays and filming documentaries. “To Light a Candle,” is a famous documentary she made about a 100-year-old philanthropist Dr. Welthy Fisher. Porchon-Lynch also helped in the efforts to help bring television to India in the 1950’s. She has published a meditation book, Reflections: The Yogic Journey of Life, which includes details about guided meditation.
Currently she teaches different classes and workshops. Please check out her website at http://www.taoporchon-lynch.com form more information.